We hope that by providing our expertise in volunteer driven repairs to a chosen local advocate, your ability to serve neighbors in need will be strengthened. While priority will be given to organizations able to assist with purchasing materials, RTOKC services will be completely free. The project selection committee determines which community facility will be selected based upon: our mission, the number of applicants, facility need, our ability to complete required repairs, and the applicant’s involvement. Scopes of work can range from painting and weatherization to electrical and accessibility modifications, but do not include major structural repair. Selected site visits assist in our ability to match volunteer skillset and resources available to address your facility’s most critical needs.

Eligibility Checklist:

  • Located in the Oklahoma City metro area
  • Registered community facility or 501(c)(3) nonprofit
  • Own the facility or have a two year lease with management approval for repairs
  • No plans to sell or break the lease of facility within the next two years
  • Submittal of completed application with required documents

Required Documents Checklist:

  • Current budget
  • Recent Form 990
  • Property insurance
  • Verification of facility ownership or lease and management approval for repairs


Please contact Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City at 405.607.0464 / contact@rebuildingtogetherokc.org if you would like to apply or have any questions.

This is an initial assessment and not a guarantee that work will be completed. Please note that we are unable to provide emergency repairs, and ask that you are patient while we work to match available resources to prioritized needs.

Rebuilding Together Oklahoma City applicant eligibility will not be based on
race, color, national origin, age, sexual orientation, sex, religion, familial status or disability.